EO encourages its members to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Pajani Singah’s work in helping indigenous Amazonian rainforest communities save land from deforestation through private capital investment was recognized by the World Economic Forum in November 2021. Here’s the story behind Singah’s inspiring work.
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One essential practice in being an entrepreneur is taking the time to reflect on your strengths that have resulted in successes, both big and small. A “womentrepreneur” in the alcohol beverage industry shares her journey and four superpowers.
There are many ways to view success, but how do successful entrepreneurs view it? We asked eight members of Entrepreneurs’ Organization from around the world to share their views.
What are you holding onto because of what other people think and how they view you? A leadership coach who practices rigorous authenticity confesses what he held onto to impress others.
Entrepreneurs push boundaries and help change the world. But how are these unique people who make up approximately 8% of the population different than non-entrepreneurs? EO members from all over the world share their views.
Abraham Maslow estimated that only 2 percent of people operate to their fullest potential. Eric Partaker believes everyone can become extraordinary, break free from the 98 percent, and join the 2 percent—and that it’s never too late to start.
As an Asian American woman in business during a time fraught with anti-Asian rhetoric and even violence toward members of my community, I wouldn’t let those things stop me from succeeding. Instead, I showed up more fully, more generously, and with gratitude for everything we have. I pivoted my business and we’re still standing–and stronger than ever.
When things have already been done and said, you can’t un-ring that bell. But you can strategize your next move to keep from making a situation worse. A crisis PR expert shares how.
Entrepreneurship is a unique and incredibly satisfying path toward personal growth, leadership development, personal financial gain, and many other worthwhile life achievements. An EO member shares his entrepreneurial journey and lessons learned.
Talent is one of the most important assets your organization has. It’s time to upgrade from archaic performance management systems to a solution that better equips your modern workforce to thrive.